Eliza Lynn | The Weary Wake Up

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The Weary Wake Up

by Eliza Lynn

From the banjo-picking R and B influenced "Conrad" to the soulful brass infused "Get On Up" to the bluesy ragtime piano driven "A Valley Ahead", one constant remains: the sultry voice of a woman that has traveled the world.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Circle
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2. Hold My Breath
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3. Conrad
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4. How Many Times
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5. Intolerance Blues
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6. Bound
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7. Stared at Me
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8. Get on Up
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9. Puddin' Pie
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10. Weary
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11. Wake Up
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12. A Valley Ahead
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Eliza is excited to release her sophomore release "The Weary Wake Up" and has found wonderful encouragement from her musically rich community. "Asheville is incredible," says Miss Lynn, "there is music everywhere, from pop to jazz to bluegrass and old-time to hip-hop to world music and fusions of all of these." This diverse mix of music greatly influenced her new release, but perhaps her greatest influence to the direction of the album came from local producers Danny Kadar (My Morning Jacket, The Avett Brothers) and Mike Alexander. Says Eliza of the recording sessions "they brought so much creativity to the table in doses of pop, R and B and soul - and I ate it all up!" From the banjo-picking R and B influenced "Conrad" to the soulful brass infused "Get On Up" to the bluesy ragtime piano driven "A Valley Ahead", one constant remains: the sultry voice of a woman that has traveled the world but found her home in North Carolina. "It is a wonderfully collaborative community and I am deeply grateful to live here."

In early 2007, Eliza was invited by the prestigious Putumayo World Music to contribute her track "Sing a New Song" to their July 2007 release "Americana." The album featured songs from some of the biggest names of the genre including Tim O'Brien, Robert Earl Keen, Old Crow Medicine Show and The Little Willies (Norah Jones), but it was newcomer Eliza Lynn's track that received constant media attention. Putumayo could see that Eliza was on the road to a flourishing career and proclaimed her to be "an enormous talent." She was asked to represent Putumayo and the album on a seven-city press tour on which Eliza appeared on morning news shows and radio stations along the East Coast. The highlight of the tour was appearing on XM Radio's Upop station; the hosts were so enamored with Eliza that they invited her to talk and perform for a 2-hour segment.


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